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4. April 2019 | Economic Lounge Ravensburg

4. April @ 18: 00 - 20:00


The future of mobility

The entire automotive industry is currently in transition and is reinventing itself. Different factors, such as Emissions legislation, increasing urbanization, changing customer expectations and new competitors are driving this change.
Four trends have a decisive influence on the development of future mobility: connectivity, autonomous driving, flexible use and services (shared and services) and electric drives (electric). These trends and the resulting challenges for a car manufacturer as well as development approaches will be presented in the lecture. In addition to the risks, there are opportunities to generate new profitable business models from the combination of CASE fields.

Venue: Please note, the venue was unfortunately partly printed incorrectly in the magazine. The event takes place in the DHBW Ravensburg, Marienplatz 2, 88212 Ravensburg!

Dr. Eberhard Zeeb studied physics with a focus on theoretical solid-state physics and obtained his doctorate with an experimental work on semiconductor laser diodes.
1995 began Eberhard Zeeb at Daimler AG and initially worked on secure optical interconnection networks and data buses for applications in commercial aircraft and motor vehicles. From 2002 to 2005, he was head of the Optoelectronic Systems department, specializing in optical sensors, optical interconnects and lighting technology. He then moved to the Daimler Driving Simulation Center and was responsible for the operation and further development of the driving simulators.

From December 2012 to 2015 in September, he headed the vehicle automation department and was involved in the pre-development of driver assistance and automated / autonomous vehicle systems. Afterwards, he was responsible for the functional and software development of driver assistance systems in Mercedes-Benz car development.

Since February 2017, he is responsible for autonomous driving functions and systems in the CASE organization of Daimler AG.

The Economic Lounge Ravensburg is a public event series at the DHBW Ravensburg, in cooperation with the IWT - Institute for Further Education, Knowledge and Technology Transfer, which presents and discusses current topics in the field of economics and politics in one or more lectures. to target group the event belongs to the general publicThese include employees of the regional industry, members of the DHBW and other universities, private individuals as well as students in higher semesters.

Participation fee: It is a free event under the initiative #bodenseeinnovativ.

Initiative #bodenseeinnovativ

#Bodenseeinnovativ is a funding initiative of the EU and the country. In order to continuously improve the offer for you and to ensure the long-term success of the activities beyond the funding period, we are subject to strict evaluation requirements. The contract for the empirical scientific evaluation was awarded externally to the Friedrichshafen Institute for Family Business (FIF) at Zeppelin University.

We look forward to hearing from you as you contribute to the improvement of our offer and we will contact you after the #bodenseenovative event. Your questionnaires will be linked to your basic data via your individual ID. All data is then evaluated in anonymous and aggregated form by our independent evaluation team. Your name, login and contact details will be saved separately from the evaluation data. Only IWT employees have access to your contact information. *

* Your evaluation statements as well as your personal data are stored separately. Your personal data will be stored at the IWT and the evaluation answers will be sent to the Institute for Family Business of the ZU. Thus, both details can not be linked.


4. April
18: 00 - 20: 00
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DHBW Ravensburg, auditorium
Marienplatz 2, Aula (2.
Ravensburg, 88212 Germany
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IWT Petra March
+ 49 (0) 7541 40294 - 22


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